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Synonyms for swain

a man who courts a woman

Synonyms for swain

a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman

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Chief executive Bill Dawson said: "This is an excellent opportunity for the customers and employees of both Swains and Wavenet.
I am thrilled to have Swains joining us and look forward to building on the strengths offered by Swains and earlier acquisitions.
Swain, was said to have "overstepped her role to include being the town's therapist or sounding board for complaints'' and the report called the police chief's leadership skills into question.
Swain whether she was the town's personnel director, and Ms.
Swain Eggnog From Johnie Witte, Walter's grandmother 18 eggs, separated 1 1/2 cups sugar 1 cup bourbon 1/2 cup white rum 2 (8-ounce) cartons whipping cream In a large bowl with a wire whisk, beat 18 egg yolks with sugar, gradually adding bourbon and rum until mixture is frothy.
The two gigs bring to an end another year for The Swains whose live shows have been packing them in at the venue for a dozen years now.
The Swains have been part of the city's live music scene since the early 90s.
In spite of Swains good intentions, there is still a persistent twinge of exploitation.
Rather than simplifying the narrative into a story of inevitable white conquest over a doomed and heroic Indian leader and his people, Swain details at length the negative consequences of white encroachment, the impossible choices facing Dakota people, the compromises and lapses in integrity particularly at the time of the war, and the nastiness of the white settler population.
But FremantleMedia producers, whose shows include ``Baywatch'' and ``Family Feud,'' thought the Swains would be perfect for the pilot episode, which the company hopes to air in January.
The complaint also alleges that Johanna Swain is "also a victim of Sgt.
Lights, Camera, Avalanche are a quartet of 14-year-old pupils from King Henry VIII School spotted by Swains drummer, Simon Wagstaff, at a weekly rock class he runs as part of a project for the Coventry Schools Foundation.
TOP Coventry band The Swains are offering their followers a chance to feature on a new give-a-way Christmas CD.
MALCOLM SWAIN, the lead guitarist with Coventry band The Swains, is to play his retirement gig - on the night of his comeback.
COVENTRY band the Swains are set for their biggest city audience yet, supporting 70s and 80s pop stars Smokie.